Argentine tango “Mala Junta” (Julio De Caro / Pedro Laurenz). Dance Anna Gudyno and Kirill Parshakov with “Solo Tango Orquesta”. Video from the concert held in the Moscow Philharmonia-2, April 2, 2016.
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